Geoffrey Alan Harrison

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  A memorial service will be held on July 6, 2024, at 11:00 am at Ten Mile Cemetery. 

   Geoffrey Alan Harrison, 74, of Lynden, WA, passed away on June 6, 2024. Born on April 10,
1950, in Boulder, CO to William Theodore Harrison and Darlene Rose Harrison (Lewis). He was
a devoted husband to Catherine Ann Harrison (Hildreth), a loving father to John, Christine, and
Brian Harrison, and a grandfather to five grandchildren.
   Dad was hard-working and dedicated. He spent 40+ years working as a welder/machinist, where
he was known for his attention to detail and commitment to his work. Despite his many
responsibilities, he always made time for his family and his passions.
   Though Dad may not have liked being the center of attention, he deserves to have his long years
of fatherly love honored. He was a man of kindness and generosity, and he left a lasting impact
on everyone who knew him.
   Dad's hobbies and interests helped define who he was. He enjoyed playing his guitar, listening to
jazz, fishing, gold panning, hiking, and spending time with his wife, Catherine.
   Geoffrey was preceded in death by his parents, William Theodore Harrison and Darlene Rose
Pearson, his brothers, Ted and Leon Harrison, and his loving wife, Catherine Ann Harrison.
   He is survived by John (Schurie) Harrison, Christine (Steven) Jones, Brian Harrison, and five
grandchildren: Mathew, Riley, Audrey, Joshua, and Asher as well as many friends and extended
family members who will miss him dearly.
   We find comfort in knowing that Dad's legacy lives on through the lessons he taught us, the love
he shared, and the memories we will cherish forever.


From Pat Jones

So sorry to hear your dad passed! Condolences to you and your family.

Jun 29, 2024

From Pam De Lange

Geoff was such a kind man. He will be missed. Praying for you all.

Jun 29, 2024

From Bill Cummins

We enjoyed Geoff as our neighbor and are sorry for your loss. He was very kind.

Jul 06, 2024

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